Designer Jean Jones offers two small collections per year.
Jean Jones is an independent fashion designer, inspired by roses, optimism, and the appreciation of beauty in everyday life.
Jean has been designing and producing clothing and accessories since 1993. She began as Jean Jones Handwovens, weaving handwoven accessories, which she sold at art fairs and wholesale trade shows for fine craft. By 1996 her small production studio was providing her work to about 50 stores throughout the US, and also in Japan. She was awarded The Handweaving for the Home Award of Excellence by Handwoven Magazine and has a small handwoven piece in The Whitehouse Permanent Collection of American Craft.
Each collection has at least one garment with rose imagery, and often one skirt or pant in Jean’s signature red color.
The line is known not only for design itself, but also for fit, quality and a high attention to detail. The fabrics she selects are fine silks, luxury cashmeres, wool blends, European cottons and linens, and a range of comfortable knits.
Last year she was a finalist in the The Martha Stewart American Made competition. Her work has appeared in Woven to Wear by Marilyn Murphy, Tribeza Magazine, Austin Way Magazine, Austin Monthly, and The Austin American Statesman.